How exercise can help you cope after having a baby

Great podcasts for parents and carers

Fri 11 September 2015

11 mins

Health and exercise is often a low priority for (new) parents. You can be tired, exhausted and busy looking after a new little life. 

But getting active can help you cope mentally, emotionally, physically through these big life changes and it can help improve your energy levels. 

 To give us some tips on how you can get exercising again when it seems like there’s no time, Timo Topp joins us from Mums Fitness Academy in Eastern Sydney… 

 GUEST: Timo Topp, Mums Fitness Academy 

WEBSITE: Mums Fitness Academy

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